Jake Cornish lands ‘dream’ job after quitting Love Island

He’s already hot property

Love Island Jake Cornish Dreamboys

by Nathan Katnoria |
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Now that Love Island is over (SOB) and the contestants are returning to the UK, all eyes are what they’ll do next. From nightclub PAs to sponsored Instagram posts and even more reality TV appearances, there are plenty of opportunities for the Islanders.

Just look at Jake Cornish, who has already bagged his “dream” job just days after quitting the villa alongside ex-girlfriend Liberty Poole.

During his time on the show, Jake sent the girls’ heart rates sky high when he stripped off for the Dirty Dancing challenge and he later said, “If anyone from Dreamboys is watching, get on the phone to me now!” Well, it seems they’ve done just that as Jake is set to tour the country with the raunchy dance troupe.

Love Island Jake Cornish Dreamboys
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Alice Woods, owner and director of the Dreamboys, told OK!, “I've loved watching Jake on Love Island, from the first few episodes he instantly caught my eye as a potential Dreamboy, he's got the look!

“He has the perfect cheeky chappy demeanour we look for in all our performers, and a few Islanders who left the series earlier on had mentioned to us that his dream in life was to perform with the Dreamboys. We're all about making people's dreams come true, so how could we say no?!"

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Love Island 2021 cast: their jobs before the show - slider

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Kaz Kamwi - fashion influencer

Before heading into the villa, Kaz was already an influencer (with 71k followers) and could have been earning up to £1,000 per post. So annually she could have been making £57,200.

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Teddy Soares - senior financial consultant

Teddy already had a pretty stable career before his time in the villa. He was a senior financial consultant in Manchester means he could have been earning around £42k a year.

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Jake Cornish - water engineer

OG Islander Jake was a water engineer in Weston-super-Mare before going into the villa which means he could have been making £38k a year.

Chloe Burrows4 of 12
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Chloe Burrows - marketing executive in financial services

Chloe, the most iconic bombshell from Love Island 2021, was a marketing executive in financial services before going into the villa. She could have been earning £36,700 a year.

Abigail Rawlings5 of 12
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Abigail Rawlings - tattoo artist

Abigail was a tattoo artist in Bournemouth before her stint on Love Island and she could have been earning £35k a year.

Tyler Cruickshank6 of 12
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Tyler Cruickshank - estate agent

Bombshell Tyler was an estate agent in Croydon before going on the ITV show. Who knows whether he'll return to his job but he could have been earning around £29k a year.

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Millie Court - fashion buyer assistant

Millie is arguably the best dressed in the Love Island 2021 villa and that may be because of her job as a fashion buyer assistant for ASOS. At her old job in London, Millie could have been earning £26k a year.

Hugo Hammond8 of 12
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Hugo Hammond - trainee PE teacher

Because Hugo only completed part of his teacher training, he wasn't actually a full-time PE teacher but nevertheless he could have still be earning £25,750 a year.

Faye Winter9 of 12
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Faye Winter - lettings manager

Faye was a lettings manager in Devon and she could have been earning around £25k a year.

Liam Reardon10 of 12
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Liam Reardon - bricklayer

As a bricklayer in Merthyr Tydfil, Wales, Liam may have been earning £22,800 a year.

Toby Aromolaran11 of 12
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Toby Aromolaran - semi professional footballer

Toby is a semi professional footballer, who plays for Hashtag United, and he could have been earning £18k.

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Liberty Poole - Nando's waitress and marketing student

As a waitress at Nando's Liberty could be earning around £18k a year.

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She continued, “When we saw him doing his strip-tease during the challenge, we couldn't believe it, especially as he literally asked us to get in touch... So we did!

“Our only initial concern was the fact he was in a fresh relationship with Liberty, as being a Dreamboy can sometimes cause issues if the boys have new girlfriends who don't yet trust them 100 per cent.

“As you can imagine, the boys have thousands of women lusting after them, which can prove tough on their partners, but him leaving the show as a single man has cemented his position."

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Jake left the villa last week, only three days before the final after he and Liberty decided to call time on their relationship and she gave him back the bracelet he gave her when they went official.

They later came face-to-face once again on Aftersun, where Jake responded to accusations he was “playing a game” in the villa.

He told host Laura Whitmore, “I've just got to laugh... if I was playing a game I'd still be in there. That's what hurt me most - the fake, the not genuine [comments]."

Liberty also defended Jake as she added, ““I think for me as soon as I met Jake we just instantly clicked. I think we was in our honeymoon phase, I wouldn't change anything think everything's worked out as it should. You have to overcome challenges and unfortunately we just wasn't able to."

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